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Plantagenet

Pronunciación: /planˈtadʒɪnɪt/

adjetivo

Relating to the English royal dynasty which held the throne from the accession of Henry II in 1154 until the death of Richard III in 1485.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Both these peers - the first of royal Plantagenet lineage, the second very much a new man, a Russell of the second generation - were decided Protestants, in favour of the new deal.
  • Unlike his tall and golden haired Plantagenet siblings, Richard was dark and short of stature, grandson of Edmund of York who had taken as a wife Princess Isabella of Castile whose descent was traced back to the Muslim Prophet Muhammad.
  • Originally part of the great council or the king's council of the Norman and Plantagenet monarchs, the Lords became separated from the Commons in the reign of Edward III.

sustantivo

A member of the Plantagenet dynasty.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Thus began the rivalry between the Capetians and the Plantagenets as well as the birth of the Gothic style in France.
  • The Plantagenets wanted him christened Henry after his grandfather, but Constance named him Arthur for the legendary King Arthur, a name to conjure with among the Bretons.
  • Philip spent the first years of his reign battling the Plantagenets.

Origen

From Latin planta genista 'sprig of broom', said to be worn as a crest by and given as a nickname to Geoffrey, count of Anjou, the father of Henry II.

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